It’s almost Christmas! People are now extremely busy doing their Christmas shopping and planning what to cook for Christmas dinner.
Are you still thinking about what to give for friends and family this Christmas? We’ve saved you time by putting up this list!
Here are five books perfect to give as Christmas gifts!
Write. Publish. Repeat by Sean Platt
Written by Sean Platt, the book shows you how to make it into the self-publishing world and succeed as an indie author.
It covers everything you need to know about self-publishing including how to write a book the reader will actually buy.
Write. Publish. Repeat is a book for both beginners and experienced authors. It’s a good resource and if you implement the tools in this book, success will be your reward.
On Writing by Stephen King
Part autobiography and part how-to, this book is a treasure for anyone aspiring to be an author or to someone who loves a well-written book.
Stephen King writes about his experiences that shaped his work and the tools he thinks writers should have. It’s an enjoyable book; indeed a perfect Christmas read!
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo
As 2017 comes to a close, it’s time to once again write our new goals for the next year.
Most people would want to lose weight, switch careers, spend quality time with family, become better, the list goes on.
How about starting the year decluttering your home?
The life-changing magic of tidying up will show you how to get rid of things you don’t really need at home, and finally get to enjoy the magic of a clean and tidy home.
The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg
Written by a Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Charles Duhigg discusses the science of habits. It will be easier to achieve anything in life if you actually understand why you do the things that you do.
This book will encourage, inspire and motivate you to achieve all your long-term goals.
The Origin by Dan Brown
Dan Brown’s 7th novel and published two months ago, this book talks about the mysteries of the universe once again.
It’s another fast-paced Robert Langdon novel. And just like the rest of Dan Brown’s book, this book doesn’t disappoint!
The holidays is a perfect time to sit back and relax. Combine that with a good book (and perhaps a cup of delicious coffee) and you’re sure to have the best Christmas ever.